Blog Entries - 2019
Christmas through the Ages
by John Zimkus, Historian of the Golden Lamb
‘Twas two days before Christmas — the year 1803 — when folks learned of a new place to gather and be merry.
This summer, we welcomed a new era in the Golden Lamb’s storied history with the renovation of the Black Horse Tavern — the largest undertaking for the Golden Lamb since the opening of the tavern in
The holidays are a truly magical time at the Golden Lamb. When you visit the streets of our historic downtown and walk through the doors of our legendary inn, you'll escape to a time where all that matters is
At the Golden Lamb, we love showing our guests an out-of-this-world dining and lodging experience. You’d be surprised, though, just how many of our guests describe their visits as beyond this world. Food
By Layla Khoury-Hanold, Food Network "Jonas Seaman founded The Golden Lamb in 1803 in the newly settled town Lebanon with a $4 license to operate a "House of Public Entertainment." He couldn’t have
The most famous restaurant in every state By Karlina Valeiko, MSN "Built in 1803, this old colonial building has welcomed an impressive 12 US presidents over the years (the most recent being George W Bush).